UCL Laws Undergraduate Programmes

We're delighted that you're considering joining our undergraduate student community.

Studying law at degree level involves a vigorous search for the principles of the law, an understanding of the organising concepts and the working methods of the law. As a law student you will be encouraged to develop a critical awareness of how the law works and how it may be changed, to sharpen your powers of reasoning, and to develop both a technical expertise in solving legal problems and a capacity to determine whether the solution is fair and just.

We offer the following degrees:
  • LLB Law (Hons)
  • LLB Law with French Law
  • LLB Law with German Law
  • LLB Law with Hispanic Law
  • LLB and Baccalaureus Legum English and German Law (double degree)
  • Joint LLB / JD with Columbia Law School, USA (double degree)
  • LLB Law with Another Legal System (Australia or Singapore) Not available through UCAS

At UCL Laws we aim:

  • to promote an understanding of the role of the law as it governs relations between individuals in society, and between the individual and government;
  • to cultivate an ability to analyse complex issues that are raised in disputes and to find the relevant principles of justice that should be used to find a solution to the dispute;
  • to develop an ability to communicate in a clear and effective way, both in writing and orally;
  • to foster an understanding of transactions between individuals and governments, both nationally and internationally;
  • to develop an enthusiasm for research into legal and social issues;
  • to promote the values of our founders (justice, liberty and equal rights for all) through analysis and an active interest in law reform.

Further information for Prospective Students
Information is available using the links on the left on our LLB degree programmes, entry requirements, the National Admissions Test for Law, making an application, teaching at UCL Faculty of Laws, student activities, funding and careers in law. The main UCL website for Prospective Students contains a wealth of information for candidates who are thinking of applying to an undergraduate degree at UCL, including details regarding:

  • All undergraduate programmes
  • Application and entry
  • Fees, costs and funding
  • Undergraduate life
  • International students
  • Visiting UCL
  • Accommodation
  • Scholarships



This page was last modified on 9 October, 2013

National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)
All applicants are required to take the LNAT as soon as possible and no later than 20 January (registration deadline 15 January).

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